Cramer: What's Working, What's Not

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Jim Cramer

 | Sep 02, 2014 | 6:53 AM EDT
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You look at the charts. You study the fundamentals. And you get the same thing. Even on an up day like this one, the market's going to distinguish between stocks that get hurt by a Ukraine-Russia conflict and stocks that are unaffected by it. We are now well into discounting a protracted conflict on the Ukraine border without any sign of a diplomatic solution.

It's been a brutal period for some stocks and halcyon days for others. The S&P 500 keeps bumping into new highs because many of the U.S.-based international companies we had been banking on to produce multi-year growth, as they finally started getting revenue relief, are now rolling over and that money's pouring into domestic winners. It is true that many of the internationally-oriented stocks have rallied since the downing of flight MH-17, the benchmark of the international downturn, but they are stalling out and you need up days like today to trim them....1352 more words left in this article. To read them, just click below and try Real Money FREE for 14 days.

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